Pedagogical Aspects of Scientific Instruments: A Study of Greek 6th Grade Primary School Students

By Ioannis L. Parkosidis and Constantine D. Skordoulis.

Published by The Learner Collection

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This study analyzes the pedagogical aspects on the study of Scientific Instruments and investigates the existing knowledge of Greek 6th grade primary school students towards Scientific Instruments and their History.

Keywords: Science Education, Scientific Instruments

International Journal of Learning, Volume 13, Issue 1, pp.79-88. Article: Print (Spiral Bound). Article: Electronic (PDF File; 1.075MB).

Dr Ioannis L. Parkosidis

Ioannis Parkosidis is a primary schoolteacher from 1997 and is currently working on his PhD thesis at the Faculty of Primary Education, University of Athens, within the framework of the European programme “Iraklitos”. The thesis deals with the contribution of Scientific Instruments of Navigation and Cartography in the cross-thematic teaching of the notion of space with the use of Information and Communication Technology (ICT). His basic studies are in education and his postgraduate diploma concerns the integration of ICT in Education. He is also a member of the research group “History, Philosophy and Communication in Natural Sciences” of the section of Natural Sciences, Technology and Environment, University of Athens. He has participated as a member in committees of the Greek Pedagogical Institute on the evaluation of educational programmes and materials. He has also taken part in numerous International Conferences and has contributed proposals that concern science education and ICT’s in education. While doing his postgraduate studies, he has designed and developed educational software.

Prof. Constantine D. Skordoulis

Associate Professor in Physics and Epistemology of Natural Sciences. Research interests include History of Science Teaching and Environmental Philosophy – Epistemology

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